Louis XIV / Vincent Cronin.


[1st American ed.].. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, [1965 [1964] .

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Subjects Louis XIV, King of France, 1638-1715.
Description 384 pages illustrations, genealogical table, maps, plans, portraits 24 cm
Copyright Date [1965 [1964]
©1964
Notes "Sources and notes": pages 355-371.
Summary The author presents Louis as the personification of a glorious era in which architecture, painting, sculpture, and literature flourished. "The King's activities in war and politicsa re relegated to the periphery. While the complex figure of Louis himself occupies the center of the state, Mr. Cronin studies ... such figures as Racine, Moliere, Lully, Mignard, Mansart, Le Notre, Vauban, Cassini."
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1633330
(OCoLC)ocm01633330
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WorldCat Identities Cronin, Vincent.
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